2014 Reading List

Brian Gongol

Finished (with links to book reviews):
  1. "Pleased But Not Satisfied", by David Sokol
  2. "Dynasties of the Sea", by Lori Ann LaRocco
  3. "The Wealth Creators", by Roy C. Smith
  4. "Damn Right!", by Janet Lowe
  5. "As I Said to Denis...: The Margaret Thatcher book of quotations", by Iain Dale
  6. "The Midas Touch: The strategies that have made Warren Buffett the world's most successful investor", by John Train
  7. "Hard Drive: Bill Gates and the making of the Microsoft empire", by James Wallace and Jim Erickson
  8. "The Baby Boom", by PJ O'Rourke
  9. "Copycats: How smart companies use imitation to gain a strategic edge", by Oded Shenkar
  10. "The Elegant Solution", by Matthew May
  11. "The Science of Success", by Charles Koch
  12. "Simply Management", by Martin Richenhagen
  13. "The Toyota Way", by Jeffrey Liker
  14. "Impatient Optimist: Bill Gates in his own words", by Lisa Rogak
  15. "All the Money in the World: How the Forbes 400 make -- and spend -- their fortunes", by Peter Berstein and Annalyn Swan
  16. "Influence", by Robert Cialdini
  17. "Driving Honda: Inside the world's most innovative car company", by Jeffrey Rothfeder
  18. "Boomerang: Travels in the new Third World", by Michael Lewis (unabridged audiobook)
  19. "The Machine That Changed the World: The story of lean production", by James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones, and Daniel Roos
  20. "Dream Big: How the Brazilian trio behind 3G Capital acquired Anheuser-Busch, Burger King, and Heinz", by Cristiane Correa (Kindle edition)
  21. "Autopsy of a Merger", by William M. Owen
  22. "It Worked for Me", by Colin Powell (unabridged audiobook)
  23. "How the Wise Decide: The lessons of 21 extraordinary leaders", by Aaron Sandoski and Bryn Zeckhauser
  24. "Honda: An American Success Story", by Robert Shook
  25. "The Outsiders: Eight unconventional CEOs and their radically rational blueprint for success", by William Thorndike (Kindle edition)
  26. "Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders, 1965-2013" (Kindle edition)
  27. "Sons of Wichita: How the Koch brothers became America's most powerful and private dynasty", by Daniel Schulman (Kindle edition)